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In which I make my speaking debut on YouTube.
Evenin' to ya!

This post is coming to you at the speed of light with the sun setting behind me. I told myself last night that IF I managed to get all my errands done and there was still natural light around, I'd finally film a YouTube video so that I can get going with the video ideas I've got on my list. Got up at 7:30am -______-

Which naturally means that I got all my stuff done, sneaked a visit in to Sasa and impulse-bought a new camera that'll be here in my blogging arsenale by Tuesday. And so, this video happened. All the kudos to the ladies who also YouTube - that has become a verb now, right? - because it took me no less than an hour just to film these 2 minutes that have been heavily edited to minimise Made in Chelsea-esque awkward silences and all. Then I sat down to edit and saw a lovely tower of plushies in the background. Oops.

So please enjoy my first ever spoken YouTube video - be kind please! x

17 comments

  1. Aw, you're adorable! No reason to be shy and awkward in your next video! :D

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  2. Yay. Congrats on your youtube video. I would love to see videos of your life in Hong Kong. It is a place I have always wanted to visit. xx Dandy I www.dandelionblue.co.uk

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  3. Haha you're so adorable! It's funny hearing your voice after reading your words for so long! It would be great to see some videos about Hong Kong - I've only heard great things about the place. xxx

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  4. Too kind Marie! It's so awkward having a chat to the camera while all my neighbours are banging around and while I can hear the city traffic outside!

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  5. Thank you lovely! Hoping to somehow put a vlog together, it's just SO loud and crowded here that it's hard to work out how (:

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  6. Waaa thanks Emma (: I'll def be sharing more about what I get up to here - my vlogging/compact camera arrives on Tuesday!

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  7. Aww, thanks! I always find it interesting to hear bloggers' voices too.

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  8. "I'm here, I'm alive" hehe this made me giggle and you're adorable ^_^ can't wait to see more! Xx

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  9. Aw you're so cute Michelle! Your accent sounds like Emma Watson's to my Australian ear haha. I can't believe it's been 3 months since you moved to HK!

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  10. Genuinely surprised I've managed this long in a new country! Thanks Ria! <3

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  11. DAYUM now that's a compliment ;) I only wish!!

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  12. I just popped over to watch and you have such a cool accent, is it weird that I found your voice so cool after reading your thoughts for a long time?

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  13. Aw thank you! Actually I've always been really super self-conscious of my voice, so that's kinda nice to hear!

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  14. this is so great! i love to hear to you talk finally :) you actually talk how I expected you to, which rarely happens. more videos please x

    Miho @ Wander to Wonder

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  15. Really? I always get 'you do NOT sound how I thought you would' comments when people meet me in real life! I'm filming a couple of videos tomorrow afternoon - my new camera arrived!

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